Just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you have to give up grilling — just move the cookout indoors! Grilling enthusiast Matthew Eads is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to share a few of his favorite grilling recipes that can be make in the kitchen from his new cookbook "Grill Seeker: Basic Training for Everyday Grilling." He shows us how to make juicy steaks with herbed butter, grilled sweet potatoes and a baked apple crumble.
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I'm a carnivore at heart and I love everything steak. What I love most about New York strip steak is that it's more fatty that a filet mignon — but not as fatty as a rib-eye — and very tender. The butter on this steak really adds to the depth of flavor.